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Eagle Pass Ranch – RFI Tested Bulls

Allan Steward and Allan Steward Sr. of Chelsea, SD

Steve and Nate Munger, owners of Eagle Pass Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual RFI tested bull sale. The Munger family has invested heavily in RFI (Residual Feed Intake) by buying and building a barn with a Grow Safe Feed Intake Test Unit. This allows the breeder to select and test for cattle that can gain on less feed. Feed costs are 70 percent of beef cattle production. There is a chart in the Midland Bull Test catalog that shows how one efficient herd bull can save $ 18,200 in feed costs over the lifetime of him and his daughters.

Eagle Pass Ranch offers many incentives and guarantees because they truly believe in their bulls. This is one ranch where you can buy “look alike” genetics in big volumes.

This year the bulls were sold over a video set up in the old Ankony barn, with screens to each seating section. The sale was also broadcast over Superior on RFD TV. You could see during the sale that the RFI testing is winning favor with the buying public at Eagle Pass Ranch.



Top selling Balancer Bull was Lot 3, a half blood, sired by EGL Northern Wind P068 ET, and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had an RFI score of 7 with an RFI Value of -0.59. Born at 90 pounds, he weaned at 658 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,223 pounds. He posted a 39 cm. scrotal and a 15.6 sq. in. rib eye. He gained 4.07 pounds per day with a daily feed intake of 21.48 pounds. He sold for $8,500 to the LeDoux Ranch in Kansas.

The Lot 57 Balancer bull found a new home at the Grubl Ranch in South Dakota for $8,500. He had a 10 RFI score and an RFI Value of -1.85. His average daily gain was 4.03 pounds and his daily feed intake was 25.04 pounds. In the top 10 percent for both RFI and ADG, he started at 75 pounds, yet grew to a weaning weight of 709 pouinds. He was a black polled half blood bull.



RGenetics in Ohio paid $8,000 for Lot 67, a bull with an RFI score of 8 and an RFI Value of -0.88. He was a homozygous black polled bull sired by EGL Tenderloin and out of a daughter of GAR Integrity. He scanned an IMF ratio of 133.

Lot 166 was the top selling Gelbvieh bull and he was sired by RID R Collateral 2R and out of a Lacey daughter. He was a black homozygous polled bull that was a member of the Reserve Champion Denver Pen. Krooked Fence Ranch in Minnesota paid $6,000 for this good bull.

The top selling Angus bull brought $11,000 from the Prime Stock Partners in South Dakota. He was Lot 182, a son of Gardens Prime Star and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had EPDs of +0.0 BW, +41 WW, +80 YW, and +20 MILK. With an 80 pound birth weight, he weaned at 652 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,242 pounds.

The volume buyers were the Mound Valley Cattle Co. in Idaho and the Robber Ranch from California.

A great day for the Eagle Pass Ranch! An excellent noon meal was served by the staff from the Eagle Pass Lodge.

Steve and Nate Munger, owners of Eagle Pass Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual RFI tested bull sale. The Munger family has invested heavily in RFI (Residual Feed Intake) by buying and building a barn with a Grow Safe Feed Intake Test Unit. This allows the breeder to select and test for cattle that can gain on less feed. Feed costs are 70 percent of beef cattle production. There is a chart in the Midland Bull Test catalog that shows how one efficient herd bull can save $ 18,200 in feed costs over the lifetime of him and his daughters.

Eagle Pass Ranch offers many incentives and guarantees because they truly believe in their bulls. This is one ranch where you can buy “look alike” genetics in big volumes.

This year the bulls were sold over a video set up in the old Ankony barn, with screens to each seating section. The sale was also broadcast over Superior on RFD TV. You could see during the sale that the RFI testing is winning favor with the buying public at Eagle Pass Ranch.

Top selling Balancer Bull was Lot 3, a half blood, sired by EGL Northern Wind P068 ET, and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had an RFI score of 7 with an RFI Value of -0.59. Born at 90 pounds, he weaned at 658 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,223 pounds. He posted a 39 cm. scrotal and a 15.6 sq. in. rib eye. He gained 4.07 pounds per day with a daily feed intake of 21.48 pounds. He sold for $8,500 to the LeDoux Ranch in Kansas.

The Lot 57 Balancer bull found a new home at the Grubl Ranch in South Dakota for $8,500. He had a 10 RFI score and an RFI Value of -1.85. His average daily gain was 4.03 pounds and his daily feed intake was 25.04 pounds. In the top 10 percent for both RFI and ADG, he started at 75 pounds, yet grew to a weaning weight of 709 pouinds. He was a black polled half blood bull.

RGenetics in Ohio paid $8,000 for Lot 67, a bull with an RFI score of 8 and an RFI Value of -0.88. He was a homozygous black polled bull sired by EGL Tenderloin and out of a daughter of GAR Integrity. He scanned an IMF ratio of 133.

Lot 166 was the top selling Gelbvieh bull and he was sired by RID R Collateral 2R and out of a Lacey daughter. He was a black homozygous polled bull that was a member of the Reserve Champion Denver Pen. Krooked Fence Ranch in Minnesota paid $6,000 for this good bull.

The top selling Angus bull brought $11,000 from the Prime Stock Partners in South Dakota. He was Lot 182, a son of Gardens Prime Star and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had EPDs of +0.0 BW, +41 WW, +80 YW, and +20 MILK. With an 80 pound birth weight, he weaned at 652 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,242 pounds.

The volume buyers were the Mound Valley Cattle Co. in Idaho and the Robber Ranch from California.

A great day for the Eagle Pass Ranch! An excellent noon meal was served by the staff from the Eagle Pass Lodge.

Steve and Nate Munger, owners of Eagle Pass Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual RFI tested bull sale. The Munger family has invested heavily in RFI (Residual Feed Intake) by buying and building a barn with a Grow Safe Feed Intake Test Unit. This allows the breeder to select and test for cattle that can gain on less feed. Feed costs are 70 percent of beef cattle production. There is a chart in the Midland Bull Test catalog that shows how one efficient herd bull can save $ 18,200 in feed costs over the lifetime of him and his daughters.

Eagle Pass Ranch offers many incentives and guarantees because they truly believe in their bulls. This is one ranch where you can buy “look alike” genetics in big volumes.

This year the bulls were sold over a video set up in the old Ankony barn, with screens to each seating section. The sale was also broadcast over Superior on RFD TV. You could see during the sale that the RFI testing is winning favor with the buying public at Eagle Pass Ranch.

Top selling Balancer Bull was Lot 3, a half blood, sired by EGL Northern Wind P068 ET, and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had an RFI score of 7 with an RFI Value of -0.59. Born at 90 pounds, he weaned at 658 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,223 pounds. He posted a 39 cm. scrotal and a 15.6 sq. in. rib eye. He gained 4.07 pounds per day with a daily feed intake of 21.48 pounds. He sold for $8,500 to the LeDoux Ranch in Kansas.

The Lot 57 Balancer bull found a new home at the Grubl Ranch in South Dakota for $8,500. He had a 10 RFI score and an RFI Value of -1.85. His average daily gain was 4.03 pounds and his daily feed intake was 25.04 pounds. In the top 10 percent for both RFI and ADG, he started at 75 pounds, yet grew to a weaning weight of 709 pouinds. He was a black polled half blood bull.

RGenetics in Ohio paid $8,000 for Lot 67, a bull with an RFI score of 8 and an RFI Value of -0.88. He was a homozygous black polled bull sired by EGL Tenderloin and out of a daughter of GAR Integrity. He scanned an IMF ratio of 133.

Lot 166 was the top selling Gelbvieh bull and he was sired by RID R Collateral 2R and out of a Lacey daughter. He was a black homozygous polled bull that was a member of the Reserve Champion Denver Pen. Krooked Fence Ranch in Minnesota paid $6,000 for this good bull.

The top selling Angus bull brought $11,000 from the Prime Stock Partners in South Dakota. He was Lot 182, a son of Gardens Prime Star and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had EPDs of +0.0 BW, +41 WW, +80 YW, and +20 MILK. With an 80 pound birth weight, he weaned at 652 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,242 pounds.

The volume buyers were the Mound Valley Cattle Co. in Idaho and the Robber Ranch from California.

A great day for the Eagle Pass Ranch! An excellent noon meal was served by the staff from the Eagle Pass Lodge.

Steve and Nate Munger, owners of Eagle Pass Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual RFI tested bull sale. The Munger family has invested heavily in RFI (Residual Feed Intake) by buying and building a barn with a Grow Safe Feed Intake Test Unit. This allows the breeder to select and test for cattle that can gain on less feed. Feed costs are 70 percent of beef cattle production. There is a chart in the Midland Bull Test catalog that shows how one efficient herd bull can save $ 18,200 in feed costs over the lifetime of him and his daughters.

Eagle Pass Ranch offers many incentives and guarantees because they truly believe in their bulls. This is one ranch where you can buy “look alike” genetics in big volumes.

This year the bulls were sold over a video set up in the old Ankony barn, with screens to each seating section. The sale was also broadcast over Superior on RFD TV. You could see during the sale that the RFI testing is winning favor with the buying public at Eagle Pass Ranch.

Top selling Balancer Bull was Lot 3, a half blood, sired by EGL Northern Wind P068 ET, and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had an RFI score of 7 with an RFI Value of -0.59. Born at 90 pounds, he weaned at 658 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,223 pounds. He posted a 39 cm. scrotal and a 15.6 sq. in. rib eye. He gained 4.07 pounds per day with a daily feed intake of 21.48 pounds. He sold for $8,500 to the LeDoux Ranch in Kansas.

The Lot 57 Balancer bull found a new home at the Grubl Ranch in South Dakota for $8,500. He had a 10 RFI score and an RFI Value of -1.85. His average daily gain was 4.03 pounds and his daily feed intake was 25.04 pounds. In the top 10 percent for both RFI and ADG, he started at 75 pounds, yet grew to a weaning weight of 709 pouinds. He was a black polled half blood bull.

RGenetics in Ohio paid $8,000 for Lot 67, a bull with an RFI score of 8 and an RFI Value of -0.88. He was a homozygous black polled bull sired by EGL Tenderloin and out of a daughter of GAR Integrity. He scanned an IMF ratio of 133.

Lot 166 was the top selling Gelbvieh bull and he was sired by RID R Collateral 2R and out of a Lacey daughter. He was a black homozygous polled bull that was a member of the Reserve Champion Denver Pen. Krooked Fence Ranch in Minnesota paid $6,000 for this good bull.

The top selling Angus bull brought $11,000 from the Prime Stock Partners in South Dakota. He was Lot 182, a son of Gardens Prime Star and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had EPDs of +0.0 BW, +41 WW, +80 YW, and +20 MILK. With an 80 pound birth weight, he weaned at 652 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,242 pounds.

The volume buyers were the Mound Valley Cattle Co. in Idaho and the Robber Ranch from California.

A great day for the Eagle Pass Ranch! An excellent noon meal was served by the staff from the Eagle Pass Lodge.

Steve and Nate Munger, owners of Eagle Pass Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual RFI tested bull sale. The Munger family has invested heavily in RFI (Residual Feed Intake) by buying and building a barn with a Grow Safe Feed Intake Test Unit. This allows the breeder to select and test for cattle that can gain on less feed. Feed costs are 70 percent of beef cattle production. There is a chart in the Midland Bull Test catalog that shows how one efficient herd bull can save $ 18,200 in feed costs over the lifetime of him and his daughters.

Eagle Pass Ranch offers many incentives and guarantees because they truly believe in their bulls. This is one ranch where you can buy “look alike” genetics in big volumes.

This year the bulls were sold over a video set up in the old Ankony barn, with screens to each seating section. The sale was also broadcast over Superior on RFD TV. You could see during the sale that the RFI testing is winning favor with the buying public at Eagle Pass Ranch.

Top selling Balancer Bull was Lot 3, a half blood, sired by EGL Northern Wind P068 ET, and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had an RFI score of 7 with an RFI Value of -0.59. Born at 90 pounds, he weaned at 658 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,223 pounds. He posted a 39 cm. scrotal and a 15.6 sq. in. rib eye. He gained 4.07 pounds per day with a daily feed intake of 21.48 pounds. He sold for $8,500 to the LeDoux Ranch in Kansas.

The Lot 57 Balancer bull found a new home at the Grubl Ranch in South Dakota for $8,500. He had a 10 RFI score and an RFI Value of -1.85. His average daily gain was 4.03 pounds and his daily feed intake was 25.04 pounds. In the top 10 percent for both RFI and ADG, he started at 75 pounds, yet grew to a weaning weight of 709 pouinds. He was a black polled half blood bull.

RGenetics in Ohio paid $8,000 for Lot 67, a bull with an RFI score of 8 and an RFI Value of -0.88. He was a homozygous black polled bull sired by EGL Tenderloin and out of a daughter of GAR Integrity. He scanned an IMF ratio of 133.

Lot 166 was the top selling Gelbvieh bull and he was sired by RID R Collateral 2R and out of a Lacey daughter. He was a black homozygous polled bull that was a member of the Reserve Champion Denver Pen. Krooked Fence Ranch in Minnesota paid $6,000 for this good bull.

The top selling Angus bull brought $11,000 from the Prime Stock Partners in South Dakota. He was Lot 182, a son of Gardens Prime Star and out of a daughter of Northern Improvement. He had EPDs of +0.0 BW, +41 WW, +80 YW, and +20 MILK. With an 80 pound birth weight, he weaned at 652 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,242 pounds.

The volume buyers were the Mound Valley Cattle Co. in Idaho and the Robber Ranch from California.

A great day for the Eagle Pass Ranch! An excellent noon meal was served by the staff from the Eagle Pass Lodge.


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